If you work in oil and gas exploration and production have you wondered why you are still managing your entire well planning process using spreadsheets? Are the various groups involved in the process maintaining their own individual spreadsheets with no centralized place to collaborate? Dealing with multiple data sources and no single source of the truth can be frustrating for you and all the other resources and contractors involved in the process.
What is needed is a centralized system to tie in all of your company’s resources, including geology, land, regulatory, construction, facilities, drilling, completions and production. And that tool should be configured to support the upstream well planning process, with email notifications to facilitate smooth handoffs, and reporting to highlight conflicts and changes in scheduling.
Long View has recently partnered with WellCycle, an industry leader in software solutions for the oil and gas industry. WellCycle’s software solutions can help you to expedite the upstream well planning process to bring wells into production more rapidly, reducing exploration and production costs and accelerating revenues.
WellCycle’s solutions are simple to use and highly adaptable, so the solution will support your unique well planning process. You will have the capability to review dashboards and reports to identify gaps in your process, facilitate smooth handoffs, and identify scheduling conflicts before they become problems.
We are thrilled about the solution set that WellCycle can bring to our oil & gas clients. If you are experiencing these business problems, you should take a look at WellCycle. Their solutions are built upon the Microsoft stack, and offered on premise or in the cloud, offering you the flexibility to quickly implement a low-maintenance solution, and say goodbye to those spreadsheets forever.
Interested in a quick demo? We will gladly listen to your requirements, and if there’s a fit, we can offer demonstrations tailored to your needs so that both techies and non-techies can understand. Request an appointment with an Oil and Gas Consultant.